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Malaya Tribune, 27 June 1949

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MALAYA TRIBUNE BT THE PEOPIJJ FOR THE PEOPLE Tel: "Tribune" Spore Larger Sale* Than Any Afternoon Paper In Malaya Phone 5811/3 Nine Linen. Published simultaneously at Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, lpoh and Penang. OGHT PAGES SINGAPORE, MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS THE MALAYA TRIBUNE LONDON REPRESENTATIVE: E. Mauncm Glover

HOMECOMING [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HOMECOMING j Mins Ooi *oh lm and Mi*-, V.v r heah, the 1 tiro Malayan nurses who returned to *»intr ifMTO in thr Ha Jang yesterday at the cad ol their tw«l irs xholarsh 1 trainlag in Australia, ar<» show n tier.- i)eiii°; fcreeled \at CHfford I 3 b> Mr.

42 MILLION MEN WILL QUIT WFTU [ARTICLE]

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42 MILLION MEN WILL QUIT WFTU Reuter. GENEVA, Sun. Labour leaders representing at least 42,000,000 workers in 38 countries voted today to set up new, non-Communist trade union International. The new organisation, to be established formally within six months, will rival the now Communist- led World Federation of Trade Lnions.

FREIGHT RISE [ARTICLE]

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FREIGHT RISE Reuter. BOMBAY. Sun. British shipping companies in Bombay have rejected an Indian proposal for a 25 per cent increase in freight rates on the Rangoon —Karachi route. The proposal was made by *he ScinJia Steam Navigation Company to the Indian Coastal Shipping Conference, which includes two British companies,

Bilateral Rubber Agreement Urged [ARTICLE]

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Bilateral Rubber Agreement Urged Reuter. COLOMBO, Sunday. Planters representatives today told Mr. H. W. Amarasuriya, Ceylon's Commerce' Minister, that unless Ceylon could get better rubber prices from the United States producers would have to close down uneconomic estates and cut wages. They urged a bilateral agreement between Ceylon and America.

NEW DIRECTORS [ARTICLE]

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NEW DIRECTORS Reuter. MELBOURNE, Sun. Daily Mirror Newspapers, Ltd. and Sunday Pictorial Newspapers Ltd., of London, have purchased a large block of shares in the Argus and Australian Ltd., the Melbourne Argus announced today.—Reuter.

REDS PLAN TO CONTROL YELLOW RIVER [ARTICLE]

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REDS PLAN TO CONTROL YELLOW RIVER Reuter. SAN FRANCISCO, Sun.— Chinese Communists are har nessing the Yellow River, known as "Chinas sorrow", with the first unified floodcontrol project in many years, Communist-controlled Peiping Radio reported tonight. During the last three years the Communist Government has spent 25,000,000 man days repairing

CRIPPS FIGHTS FOR U.K. GOLD [ARTICLE]

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CRIPPS FIGHTS FOR U.K. GOLD Reuter. LONDON, Sun. Chancellor of the Exchequer Sir Stafford Cripps spent this weekend preparing for the second round of his strugg e against the plan for convertible interEuropean payments between Marshall Aid nations. Sir. Stafford will go to Paris on Wednesday for the meeting of

MORE AUSTERITY FOR BRITAIN [ARTICLE]

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MORE AUSTERITY FOR BRITAIN Sha wcross Warns: "Dollar Gap Is Growing Wider" A.P. NEW YORK, Sunday.—Sir Hartley Shawcross British Attorney-General said here today that because off the widening gap in the past few months between Britain's* dollar earnings and payments, further austerities may become necessary in the Lnited mngaom. This

MIDGET PLANE REACHES AUSTRALIA [ARTICLE]

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MIDGET PLANE REACHES AUSTRALIA Reuter. DARWIN, Sun.—Two Swiss immigrants who passed through Singapore 10 days ago arrived nere in a plywood midget plane today after an island hopping flight from Europe that took them three months, with 35 stops. They are Dr. Rudolf Brunnschweiler. geologist, and Otto Hegetscnweiler, a woodworker.

PIRATES SEIZE PARAFFIN [ARTICLE]

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PIRATES SEIZE PARAFFIN Reuter I HONGKONG, Sun.—Pirates j have seized the cargo of the Shell Oil Company's 56-ton motor Taipingshan carrying IC.OOO tins of parafin oil. South China reports said today. The piracy said to have recurred on June 23 near Kongnoon, 100 miles northeast of Hongkong has been referred

POLITICIAN DIES [ARTICLE]

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POLITICIAN DIES Reuter. CAPETOWN, Sun. Dr. P. W. Osborn, Deputy Parliamentary Leader of the South African Labour Party, died today. Reuter.

Where Is Soekarno's Army? [ARTICLE]

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Where Is Soekarno's Army? U.P. BATA'VIA. Sun. The Dutch evacuation of Jogjakarta went into its third day today without serious incidents while Dutch field dispatches reported unabated guerilla activity in West and East Java. One band of guerillas was reported to have fired on a Dutch military convoy in which

MALACCA TOWKAY ARRESTED [ARTICLE]

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MALACCA TOWKAY ARRESTED MALACCA, Sun. Mr. Ta> Aik Seng, a prominent landed property owner, and his son. Tay Say Geok, were arrestee here this evening at their house jat Tranquerah Road, under the I Emergency Regulations, j Mr. Tay is a Hokkien, over j sixty years of age, and owns

Coal Strike Starts Today [ARTICLE]

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Coal Strike Starts Today Reuter t SYDNEY. Sun.-r-Coal miners i throughout Australia will strike tcmoi row for a programme of I demands including a 36-hour 1 week, wage increase of 30 1 shillings (Australian) a week 1 and nationalisation of the{ industry. Miners' leaders said about 23,000 men would be

Sultan Appeals To Dato Onn [ARTICLE]

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Sultan Appeals To Dato Onn The Sultan of Johore has made a personal pica to Da to Onn not to ct Tryout his decision to resign as Mentri Besar until His Highness returns from Europe. This follows an urgent carfl) {from Sfnior Malay officials of the Johore Government to the

Meat Pact This Week [ARTICLE]

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Meat Pact This Week A.P. BUENOS AIRES, Sun.— The signing of the AngloArgentine trade treaty will probably be delayed again— this time until Monday, informed sources disclosed curing the week end. They said the delay is cue to the drafting committee which is not expected to complete the English and

FINANCE TALKS [ARTICLE]

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FINANCE TALKS Reuter. TEL AVIV, Sun —AngloIsraeli financial talks on mutual claims arising from the termination ot the British mandate in Palestine WHI begin on July 1, it was officially learned here today.—Reuter.

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KUALA KUBA UNDER CURFEW [ARTICLE]

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KUALA KUBA UNDER CURFEW Ui ALA LUMPUR. Sunday.—Kuala Kubu Bhuru was placed under curfew today. All people in this area except those who have a written permit issued by a Police Officer must remain indoors between the hours of seven in the evening and six in the morning. Yesterday bursts

M.Y.F. DEDICATION SERVICE [ARTICLE]

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M.Y.F. DEDICATION SERVICE A Singapore District Methodist Youth Fellowship Dedication service was held at Telok Ayer Church last night. Mr. Peter Lim. the District woiship and evangelism chaiiman. led the service. He was .assisted by Dr. Peterson. Mr. Supramaniam. Mr. Jolly Tan, Mr. Richard Tay. Rev. Hong Han Keng, Miss

'KASHMIR AGREEMENT POSSIBLE' [ARTICLE]

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'KASHMIR AGREEMENT POSSIBLE' Dr. A. Lozano. Colombian member who has just tesigned ft cm the United Nations Kashmir Commission. told J Reuter in Delhi last night that a truce agreement in Kashmir j between India and Pakistan is "quite possible." "A settlement is possible if the goodwill shown by both

Air Mails [ARTICLE]

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Air Mails Air mail arrivals are expected ito day from Japan. Philippine Islands, Thailand. Batavia. Dabo Singkep, Palembang and Soura- I baya. Latest time. of posting air mails to Batavia. Pa4emban*r. and Sourabaya is 6 p.m. and to Dabo I Sinukep is 1 p.m. today. Mails from the interior are

SOFT BALL MATCH [ARTICLE]

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SOFT BALL MATCH A soft ball team from United States Navy Destroyer "PERKINS" wni meet a team tor the local American Association in a friendly match at the padang at 5 p.m. this evening.

PARTY FOR BOAC CHIEF [ARTICLE]

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PARTY FOR BOAC CHIEF MR. J. W. Booth, Joint Deputy, Chairman of the BOAC, who passed through Singapore over the weekend on his way to Australia was the guest of honour at a cocktail party given at the Raffles Hotel on Saturday by Captain L. R Ambrose. Singapore Manager of

Youth Kills Father of Girl Friend [ARTICLE]

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Youth Kills Father of Girl Friend An 18-year-old boy told the police in Jackson Misslssipi yesterday that he had waited in an attic for seven hours to kill his girl friend's father. Ronald Pitts orally confessed to the police that he shot and killed middle-aged Perry Henderson. Manager of \he

U.S. Writer Finds Estate Life Quiet [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Writer Finds Estate Life Quiet MRS. Violet Price, editorial researcher for 'Time' and 'Life' magazine, said in Singapore yesterday that her short stay on a Malayan rubber estate "couldn't have been more quiet." She stayed in Semenyih Estate, near Kuala Lumpur, as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A.

Watch Shop Is Robbed [ARTICLE]

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Watch Shop Is Robbed Wrist-watches. valued at Sri.OOO, were stolen yesterday from E. Nassim Sons, well-known Singapore watch dealers on North Bridge Road. The firm's watchman slept two doors away on Saturday night because the pavement in front of the shop was under repair. The Police are investigating the theft.

FAREWELL [ARTICLE]

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FAREWELL The staff of Moutrie Co. entertained guests at dinner yesterday at the Great World and bid farewell to their Managing Director, Mr. J. Loder Waters, and Mrs. Waters, who will leave this morning for the Bahamas on vacation.

Nurses Back From Australia [ARTICLE]

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Nurses Back From Australia OTAFF Nurses Alice Cheah and Ooi Soh lm, return- ed to Singapore in the Blue Funnel's Kajang yesterday They are the first two Malayan Chinese nurses to complete a two-year post graduate course in Australian hospitals on an Australian scholar ship, exclusively for Chinese nurses in

Hongkong Sportsmen [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Hongkong Sportsmen Members of the Hongkong University teamj who are visiting Singi*-1 pore to play a series of cricket and tennis mat- cher, here. They arrived B. I. liner, Sirdha- na on Saturday.

Promotion For Aw Boon Haw [ARTICLE]

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Promotion For Aw Boon Haw M R Aw Boon Haw Tiger Balm S the been promoter] to fi! of Associate Kni«r» Venerable Old-, If h of pital St. John of by H. M. the Kine «25 A .P. wport last night. Hon S«H The promotion ha. l. I made in

GUN SIGNAL [ARTICLE]

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GUN SIGNAL KUALA LUMPUR S un During the Puasa penod the end of the fast for each da will be signal ed by th c kZ of a gun in all district* of Ke lantan except Kota Bahru where a siren will be used.

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BLUE NKTWOHK r K,K,s ,o I.es V,ul Tn„ 6 p.n, Down 1 tto e nd S4 r? ENGLISH I'K()(i BA MM B S quest; 6.58 Closing Announce--10 ji.nj. News from Kuala i inn ment with Signature Tune: 7 pur; 10.0.> (approx.) Close Down; MALAY PROGRAMMES Chrstt Down. 10.55 For the

ARMY WELCOMES ACSU MOVE [ARTICLE]

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ARMY WELCOMES ACSU MOVE Petition To London (Tribune Staff Reporter) bENIOR Staff Officer of the Army has welcomed the Army Civil Service Union's latest move to petition the British Parliament for a commission to investigate conditions of service of local employees in the Imperial Defence Departments, a well-inform-ed source told

RITA FAILS TO PICK WINNER [ARTICLE]

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RITA FAILS TO PICK WINNER UP. PARIS. Sun.— riita Hayworth lost 200.000 francs yesterday when her horse Saxon failed to place first in the 2,000 metre race at the fashionable Longchamps tiack here. Her husband. Prince Aly Khan, showing less confidence in the horse he had re cently given to

CHIEF QUITS TRIBE BECAUSE OF WHITE GIRL [ARTICLE]

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CHIEF QUITS TRIBE BECAUSE OF WHITE GIRL Reuter ..psrrOWN. Sun. Tsho Regent Chief V.. tribesmen for ha* anwas leaving resenrĕ, bchad accepted t-e. and his £JeTr-old white wife a*s T hcdo di rjught for over an assembly to prevent his nephew from r*: n his wife, a London Ruth Williams,

EX-GIRL STILL BLUSHES [ARTICLE]

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EX-GIRL STILL BLUSHES U.P. ANKARA, Sun.-A 17--year-old girl who changed into a boy with the lielp or doctors complained today that she. or rather, he still blushes. Yavuz Hay da r of Bolu near Ankara blushed particularly when asked whether he might marry one of his former girl playmates. Yavuz,

S'pore Bride [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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S'pore Bride LT. (OL. iT. MILLER, fc'.val Pl—tic Corps, and Peggy liurton, for*flj "f th»- W.Y.S.. rafter Ih-i,- wedding on Saturday at thf- medical Hospital (hap.-t. Th,- best man «as Major K. Goss *P. < and Mrs. Goss J* Matree oi Honour. The ■ft hu given away by ,i,! n

Love Racketeer Reveals Recipe [ARTICLE]

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Love Racketeer Reveals Recipe U.P. CHICAGO, Sun. I OVE racketeer Sigmund Engel, 73, said today that L< he had never cared whether the women he swindled "were blondes, brunettes or redheads—l iust looked up their financial rating." Engcl, who swears he is 80 instead of 73 as officially I hsted,

FLOOD WATERS DROWN 42 [ARTICLE]

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FLOOD WATERS DROWN 42 U.P. PACHUCA. Sun. Autohrities said at least -42 person h died here when a cloudburst, hail storm and flash flood ravaged this centuries old silver mining town. Nineteen women, 15 nun and eight childien weie counted among the victims. In addition to the known dead, 40

Missiles Attain New Speeds [ARTICLE]

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Missiles Attain New Speeds A.P. WASHINGTON, Sun. THE U.S. Navy plans to test missile models at speeds of 7,000 miles an hour or more—twice the speed reached by weapons like the V-2 and 1.0 times the speed of sound. I The test model." will be voi v small. Their rwitfflrtr

Malaya's Latest Ally [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Malaya's Latest Ally {Tribune Staff Reporter) THE squadron of Bristol j Brigands which will take over from Beaunghters in the operations against the bandits in Malaya are reported to be the world's most versatile airci aft. Capab'e of attack, defence, naval or land support, the Biigand is designed for longrange

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COIFFURE STYLE your hair at Maison Modeine Ladies Hair D*essing i Salon. 126, Orchard Rd. 5265 J. (Q. 810». WANTED WANTED to buy vacant land or I land witn house, about "10,000 fq. ft. 3uk l Timah, Paya Lebar, Katonr Pasir Panjang. No brokers, only .wdt? reply, stating particulars :>nd

SCHOOL FOR DEMOCRATS [ARTICLE]

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SCHOOL FOR DEMOCRATS THE two-day conference in Singapore of the Dirertors and Deputy Directors of Education in British territories in South East Asia began and ended without much publicity. Details of what transpired are not available, but topics of great moment for the future of this country were discussed. The

TESTING TIME FOR THE REPUBLIC [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TESTING TIME FOR THE REPUBLIC The restored Republican Government may find a different relationship existing between the cabinet, the political parties and the great mass of the Republic's former citizens. How far its formal organisation, and particulary its leadership, has survived the ordeal of recent events is a matter for

FIELD RATIONS [ARTICLE]

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FIELD RATIONS Reuter. PHILIPPINE-MADE rteld rations have been .-successfully tested during the recent field exercises wnich ended the summer training of cadets and trainees at Camp Floridablanca. north of Manila. The rations consisted of breakfast, lunch and supper. They were developed by the research and development division of the Armed

Tough On Mr. Chough [ARTICLE]

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Tough On Mr. Chough A.P. WASHINGTON THE Red sweep through China has sent Koreas' roving ambassador. Dr. P. O. Chough, to Washington with one of the heaviest burdens born by any of the diplomatic corps here. Day after day his slight gray-clad figure Can be seen swinging through the door

ROSEBUDS FOR THE DOCTOR [ARTICLE]

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ROSEBUDS FOR THE DOCTOR Roses, packed between layers of damp moss, are delivered at the doctor's house by an itinerant peddlar or a ragged Bedouin. Each rose informs the doctor that all is well with his patient. By GIBSON COWAN Reuter BEHIND the arrival of a score of rosebuds at

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MALAYA AND ITS HISTORY-16 MALAYA'S LOST INDUSTRIES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MALAYA AND ITS HISTORY-16 MALAYA'S LOST INDUSTRIES Before rubber growing absorbed its undivided attention, AAalaya experimented with many other commercial crops. Sugar, coffee, sisal and hemp were among the many products exported from Malaya. Some of these industries may have to be revived to rectify the faults in our overspecialized

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Tomorrow: SLAVES AND BONDSMEN FOR A TIGER

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YOU BUY A (i?u*MQ A WHEN you buy A I OFFICE A I EQUIPMENT I 3" HOMELITE carryable SELF PRIMING CENTRIFUGAL PUMP (1949 MODEL) HAS 9 EXCLUSIVE FEATURES OVER OTHER J PUMPS MANY TIMES ITS I SIZE OR WEIGHT 'Cfe .--JST Weight »6 lb.—Suction 28 ft. Ĕ Total Head 100

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MALAYAN SHARE MARKET HIT BY LONDON FALL [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN SHARE MARKET HIT BY LONDON FALL (From A Market Correspondent) n THE sustained fall in the London Stock Exchange had repercussions in all sec--1 tions of Malayan markets, save loans. With buyers holding off, volume or business was small and practically the whole share list shows losses over me

Slight Setback In Pepper Market [ARTICLE]

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Slight Setback In Pepper Market pEPPER eased slightly in the produce markets or, Saturday in a temporary setback in the highest flight of pepper prices in 25 years. Black pepper sellers Price as quoted by the Chinese Produce Exchange shed $3 at $268 per picul ex-godown. Sara wak and Muntok

Dividends at a glance [ARTICLE]

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Dividends at a glance Dividends i.nnoum tji lrst week were: Kuala Siddim 5 per cent less tax for 1948. New Serendah 2 l 8 per cent less tax for 1948. payable on June 28. Ma*ak£ Pinda 3 per per cent interim less tax for 1949 payable on July 12. Teluk

ZINC USED MORE [ARTICLE]

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ZINC USED MORE A.P. NEW YORK. Sun. a snarp increase in the use of zinc for consumer goods was reflected in consumption of mere than 200,000 tons of the metal for die-casting last year, the American Zinc Institute reports. This compared with about 50,000 tons annually a decade ago.—A.P.

RUBBER MARKET [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER MARKET IN SPITE of the signing of the i agreement in London on Fri- j i day between the EC A and the I Rubber Trade Association on stockpile purchases, tA« k "f' lubber market reac.cd only, slightly on Saturday: The market opened steady I with sellers reserved, the

OIL SHORTAGE IN SHANGHAI [ARTICLE]

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OIL SHORTAGE IN SHANGHAI U.P. HONG KONG. Sun.—The Texas Oil Company tanker Rum River, carrying 15,000 tons ot fuel oil for the Shanghai Power Company. has been ordered to return to Hongkong for the second time within a month due to the Nationalist blockade and attack upon the British ship

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DILLARD, MCKENLEY SUFFER DEFEATS [ARTICLE]

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DILLARD, MCKENLEY SUFFER DEFEATS Reuter. TWO world re, ore, holders, Herbert MckJ^ DiUard o Cleveland suffered defeats in the annual Amateur Athletic Inion s track and held championships here last night George Rhoden of Morgan State College," Baltimore, defeated McKenley in the 100 metres race while Dillard was narrowly beaten

SCOUTS HOLD SPORTS [ARTICLE]

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SCOUTS HOLD SPORTS rVEFYING the torrential rain L* on Saturday afternoon the Scouts held the first Annual Sports Day on Changi Pagar Sports field. The Lrroup was established in November of last year and now have 35 cubs, approx 20 Scouts and 15 Rovers, all of whom competed yesterday afternoon.

Bagheera Wins The Grand Prix [ARTICLE]

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Bagheera Wins The Grand Prix Reuter. PARIS, Sun.—The French three-year-old colt, Amour Drake, which was so narrowly hcatcn in the English Derby, failed in his attempt to win the Grand Prix de Paris at Longchamps this afternoon, finishing fifth of 26 runners. The race was won by the French Oaks

College Batsmen Fail Against SCA [ARTICLE]

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College Batsmen Fail Against SCA THE Singapore Cricket Association XI defeated the Combined Colleges by 45 runs on the padang yesterday. The College boys after the first day's Play had to make 131 runs for victory yesterday, when their second < innings began. Their batsmen however, failed to come off.

REFEREE ABSENT [ARTICLE]

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REFEREE ABSENT The big crowd which turned out yesterday to see the JoHilads versus the Payar Lebar Bus Co. XI at the Geylang Stadium in an important Junior League fixture was disappointed when the referee failed to turn up.

Scoreboard [ARTICLE]

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Scoreboard S.C.A. XI Ist. railings UM COMBINED COLLEGE Ist. Innings \l S.C.A. XI 'md. Innings :>i COMBINED COLLEGE 2ND INNINGS. ML C. Pasupathy Ibw Smith S. G. Dorairaj c Nelson b Smith 0 M. C. Schubert c Lall Singh c Cague 20 M. C. Kailasapathy b Kenyon fi R. Rhupatan

CHEERFUL LADS [ARTICLE]

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CHEERFUL LADS Cheerful Lads trounced R.A.F. Sembawang at soccer at Sembawang yesterday by five goals to one. Scorers for the Cheerful Lads: Quintus Chan 2, Jaffar 2, Dollah Mastan 1. Pryep scored for the airmen.

Seletar Regatta Results [ARTICLE]

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Seletar Regatta Results (By KENNETH DENNIS) FOR the first time since 1939 the R.S.Y.C. and R.A.F.Y.C. (Seletar) Challenge Cup was competed for at the 4th Annual Regatta of the R.A.F. Se'etar Yacht Club, yesterday afternoon at Seletar. Wmj-Commander Ayang of Chingi Y.C. winner of the Star Class event won the

Time & Rain Rob S'pore [ARTICLE]

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Time Rain Rob S'pore fIME and rain robbed Singapore of victory over Negri Sembilan in their two-day inter-Stale cricket match played on the S. C. C. end of the paaang over the weekend. The game ended in a draw. Singapore who led by runs at the end of the nrst

Scoreboard [ARTICLE]

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Scoreboard Negri Sembilan Ist. Inns. 87. Singapore Ist. Inns. 131. Negri Sembilan 2nd. Inns Retnam b Peteira Chapman c Bain b Growder 2* Ingleton c Bain b Growder «1 Hudson b Syrett 0 Wharton c Ratnayake b Syntt a Hughes-Parry b Growder ~0 Hamlin b Growder 13 Balarhandrum c Chong

RECORD BETTERED [ARTICLE]

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RECORD BETTERED TOKYO, Sun.—Hironoshin Furunashi, Japan's fastest swimmer, today bettered American Smith's world record for 800 meters free style

Local Men For RASC Sports Meet [ARTICLE]

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Local Men For RASC Sports Meet KUALA LUMPUR, Sun.—Locally enlisted personnel will be represented at the R.A.S.C. Athletic meeting to be held at Malaya District on July 2, at which Nos. 3, 52 and 69 Transport Companies, the 16th Field Ambulancĕ and the main supply wiU enter teams. Osman bin

C.S.C. TRIALS [ARTICLE]

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C.S.C. TRIALS in the first day of interteam swimming league competition of the Singapore Chinese swimming Club, the 'Sea Horse' yesterday went into the lead with 34 points. The 'Sea Serpent* came a close second with 28 points while the Sea Lion was last with only 17 points. In the

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foVNAMITE DUNN SUDDENLY RFROUNnc reel I' ~"~T r THE MOMEN TUM Tn A J m 'SAN AMAZING DIS-1 PDRAKE 15 IN SERIOUS TROUBLE. THE I [ME AN WHILE: b====d^M*^ flirly CRUSHING RIGHT TO BiLLY SAVVY /IT LOOKED CROWD IS WILDLY CHEERING DYNAMITE L V»I IT KES IF YOUNG DRAKE HAD

'SELF-SMELTING' [ARTICLE]

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'SELF-SMELTING' A.P PITTSBURGH. Sun. Experiments arc underway here aimed at developing a "selfsmelting iron ore," a mixture of iron ore and coke. The goai is to find a way to use extremely fine sizes of iron ore in blast furnace operations, greatly expanding United States reserves of iron ore.—A.P.

'NAVY WILL PROTECT CHINA SHIPPING'-MADDEN [ARTICLE]

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'NAVY WILL PROTECT CHINA SHIPPING'-MADDEN Warning To KMT On Blockade Reuter. HONGKONG, Sunday.— Britain's Navy will protect China coast shipping from "illegal interference," Vice-Admiral 4. C. G. Madden, British Far Eastern Station second in command, declared today—first day of a "blockade" said to be personally directed by Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek.

FLIERS APPEAL AGAIN [ARTICLE]

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FLIERS APPEAL AGAIN A.P. BATAVIA, Sun.—The three American airmen who are serving sentences of eighteen months to four years for smuggling arms in a Catalina flying boat to Airabu Island, have appealed for clemency to the High Representative of the Dutch Crown. They are Albert W. Onstott, of Yuba. California

DEMAND MARCH [ARTICLE]

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DEMAND MARCH Reuter PARIS. Sun.—About 15.000 French ex-servicemen marched along the lower stretch of the Champs Elysees this afternoon in a demand for increased pensions*. —Reutei.

WHAT'S ON TODAY [ARTICLE]

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WHAT'S ON TODAY General SINGAPORE GIN CLrB: (Archery Section) Practice Shoot, Bukit Timah Range, 5 p.hi. Y.W.C.A.: Business and Professional Women meet for Dramatics, 5, Raffles Quay, 5.30 p.m, Y.M.C.A.: Games. 5 p.m. Commercial Classes, 5.30 p.m. Malay Class; 5.30 p.m. INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS ASSN. Bii> Closs, British Council Hall 6

HARRISON WINS [ARTICLE]

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HARRISON WINS Reuter. TORONTO, Sun. The American professional, Dutch Hariison, won the Canadian open golf championship on the St. George course here yesterday with on aggregate of 271 for 72 holes.- Reuter.

Compton And Bailey Stop A Shaky Start [ARTICLE]

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Compton And Bailey Stop A Shaky Start LONDON, Sun.— A magnificient record .sixth wicket partnership of 189 between Denis Compton, the Middlesex allrounder, and Trevor Bailey, the Essex fast bowler, enabled England to declare at 313 for nine on the first day of the second three-day Test against New Zealand

Scoreboard [ARTICLE]

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Scoreboard Reuter. ENGLAND IST. INNS. SCOREBOARD: Hutton b Burtt 23 Robertson c Mooney b Cowie 26 Edrich r Donnelly b Cowie 9 Compton c Satcliffe b Burtt 116 Watkins c Wallace b Burtt 6 Mann b Cave 1* Bailey r Siitcliffe b Rabone M Evans b Burtt Gladwin run out

KHALSA SCHOOL SPORTS [ARTICLE]

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KHALSA SCHOOL SPORTS About 100 boys and girls of the Khalsa English Punjabi Schools took part in th* 31 events of their fir t annual sports meet at the Khalsa Association trround. St. George's Road on Saturday. A Div. Boys 100 Yards: L Liv Wei Chung. 2. Rattan Singh, 3.

Eurasians Upset In Five Goal Game [ARTICLE]

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Eurasians Upset In Five Goal Game CCORING the deciding goal in the 25th m the second half. Eurasians defeated th c* by the odd goal in five in an inter-commurtit i soccer match at Jalan Besar stadium vest This game was the third in the serie y Eurasians, and it

Brown Shocks Gonzales [ARTICLE]

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Brown Shocks Gonzales Reuter WIMBLEDON SunH I TNSEEDED V not considered enough for Australia', rv"* j Cup team this yeai \r* his way to a 2-6, victory yesterday ove- pi 1 aid Gonzales. AmehcanS picn and seeded in the fourth round oi Wimbledon i awn champienships. Bicwn. Wimbledon fin.y ed

I.M.F. BRANCH [ARTICLE]

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I.M.F. BRANCH UP. WASHINGTON. Sun.-R R. Shenoy. technical representative for the Fa: Ettl i the Internationa". Monetary Fund, is on his way to Bombay where he will open a Fund regional office. The only other two regional office? in the world are in Pans and Cairo. Shenov will report on

VAMPIRES BEATEN [ARTICLE]

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VAMPIRES BEATEN Hotspurs XI beat XI hv two goals to one«J iriendlv soccer match jm at Woodsville Park ft** Scorers were. Do hah for Hotspurs and I> for the Vanpfrei.

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